In the United States alone, approximately 22% (1 in 5) of teenagers and adolescents were found to have a mental health disorder according to research in 2010.
According to CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities), Partial Hospitalization is actually a much segmented term. It’s actually for people who cannot prevent addiction. A Rehab helps them overcome addiction.
To be specific, Partial Hospitalization provides prescribed drugs to make people less attracted to their addictive substances. People may think teens who are too much into addiction have no scope of returning back without their own willpower. But CARF created Partial Hospitalization Programs for teen or adolescent. It is in fact a great institution to get them back from where they don’t really belong. Because they are also a part of the society, a very big part who are the future leaders of it.
So what Partial hospitalization can do for you or a person you love, other institution simply can’t.
Not all the people addicted to drugs need a Partial Hospitalization, but the following type of people may need a rehab center:
People who are suffering from any psychiatric problems or who are addicted to substances may need partial hospitalization because their home surroundings may not be supportive for their recovery. If, however, a patient does have a supportive home living environment, then it could prove to be beneficial for the individual to see a professional setting and one that they are familiar with at home.
Partial hospitalization centers allow for this multi-divided living experience, which can begin to create positive behavioral changes. There are a lot of people who need help but not very many people who are willing to be guided with help and this is where partial hospitalization is most effective. Partial Hospitalization can also be a great avenue for social problems, teen/adolescent addiction, and underage drinking.